Huber Technology recently completed a large £1.2 million project at Duncrue Street, Belfast consisting f supply of equipment and mechanical installation to the inlet works. Read more
Landia’s externally-mounted GasMix digester mixing system is proving to be an integral part of EPS Water’s successful Design Build Operate (DBO) package at the recently expanded WWTW in Tullamore, home Read more
Yorkshire Water’s £34M innovative and energy self-sufficient bio-energy plant located at Esholt waste water treatment works, has been officially opened. Read more
Thousands of homes and properties in the UK could be protected from river flooding by a ‘supersized’ engineering solution, which uses proven principles of vortex flow control technology to deliver Read more
Southern Water is continuing to invest in its East Worthing Treatment Works with its ongoing programme of almost £20 million of improvements at the site. Read more
Thames Tideway Tunnel has announced details of the main Tier 1 companies who will be preferred bidders to work on construction of the £4.2 billion supersewer.
Around 40 sites owned by South West Water which are no longer needed by the company, including parcels of woodland, redundant water storage tanks, a reservoir and even a former water treatment works are being sold at public auction next month.
New research shows that Southern Water’s pioneering metering programme has had a significant impact on water consumption – a 16.5% reduction compared with the national average of 10%.
UK innovator, North Sea Systems, has successfully completed the first full scale trial of its novel CableFish, which was put through its paces at the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) in the turbulent waters around Orkney- the new installation device could cost 75% less than current mechanisms used by the industry.
Wessex Water is working in partnership with the Met Office to improve the way it prepares for adverse weather conditions.
Scottish Water has had to supply bottled water to the inhabitants of an island in Scotland after problems with the sub-sea pipeline which supplies them with fresh water.